I took half of the OU watch collectors to see Dan in Dallas. Here are just a few photos of our visit:
Here's a Schaumburg Palaonhorologie.
This is a seriously ballsy skeleton. All the skeletonization is made to look like black bones.
All my new watches. Just kidding. We've got the Schaumburg on the lower left, an Armin Strom PR bottom middle, Bremont P51 bottom right, Grand Seiko Chronograph middle and of course, everyone's ultimate watch, my personal Ananta top right.
The Bremont P51 is really cool. It's an LE model with a lot of clever plane references. The best part is the propeller rotor. You really can't see the weight in real life. It's very well hidden.
Here's an Armin Strom. This line gets too little attention. They're doing some really interesting stuff. Not really my cup of tea personally, but I can see these becoming a big deal. Their skeletonization and decoration is top of the line.
A cool Linde Werdelin. I think I was most surprised by these. Loved their eccentric, yet not over the top, one piece steel and titanium cases. There's a sense in which they're experimental, yet restrained.
Naturally, you can't talk about a trip to Timeless without a mention of Grand Seiko.
All in all, a good visit.